Lady Gaga - The Fame Monster album download
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|The Fame Monster|
Mixed By – Mark "Spike" Stent*
Mixed By – Jack Joseph PuigProducer – Ron Fair
|1-5||Dance In The Dark
Producer – Fernando Garibay
Featuring – BeyoncéMixed By – Mark "Spike" Stent*Producer – Darkchild
|1-7||So Happy I Could Die
Producer – Lady Gaga, Space Cowboy
Mixed By – Dave RussellProducer, Mixed By – Teddy Riley
Backing Vocals – AkonVocals [Featuring] – Colby O'Donis
Co-producer [Additional] – Lady Gaga
|2-5||I Like It Rough||3:24|
|2-6||Eh, Eh (Nothing Else I Can Say)||2:57|
Producer, Featuring – Space CowboyRap [Featuring] – Flo Rida
|2-8||Beautiful, Dirty, Rich||2:54|
|2-11||Boys Boys Boys||3:22|
Co-producer [Additional] – Lady Gaga
Producer – Brian And Josh
|2-16||Retro Dance Freak
Mixed By – Rob Fusari
- Co-producer – Lady Gaga (tracks: 1-1 to 1-6, 1-8)
- Mixed By – Robert Orton (tracks: 1-2, 1-3, 1-5, 1-7, 2-1 to 2-15)
- Producer – Martin Kierszenbaum (tracks: 2-5, 2-6, 2-9, 2-13), RedOne (tracks: 1-1 to 1-3, 1-7, 2-1, 2-2, 2-4, 2-10 to 2-12), Rob Fusari (tracks: 2-3, 2-8, 2-13, 2-14, 2-16)
Notes6 panel digipak with embossed gold lettering.
Inside spines are white.
The Fame Monster is the censored version.
℗ & © 2009 Interscope Records
Manufactured and printed in the Philippines.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 6 02527 25296 4
|B0013872-02||Lady Gaga||The Fame Monster (CD, Album)||Streamline Records, KonLive Distribution, Cherrytree Records, Interscope Records||B0013872-02||US||2009|
|B0013872-02||Lady Gaga||The Fame Monster (CD, Album, Club)||Streamline Records, Konlive, Cherrytree Records, Interscope Records||B0013872-02||US||2009|
|062527252766||Lady Gaga||The Fame Monster (2xCD, Album)||Streamline Records, KonLive Distribution, Cherrytree Records||062527252766||Singapore||2009|
|0602527252766||Lady Gaga||The Fame Monster (2xCD, Album)||Streamline Records, Interscope Records, Konlive, Cherrytree Records||0602527252766||New Zealand||2009|
|B001387202||Lady Gaga||The Fame Monster (CD, Album)||Streamline Records, Konlive, Cherrytree Records, Interscope Records||B001387202||Canada||2009|
Lady Gaga has described The Fame Monster and The Fame 2 sets that complete each other, one being the yin to the other’s yang. According to Billboard, as of February 10, 2019, The Fame Monster has sold a total of . million copies in the United States. The Fame Monster (Deluxe Version) Q&A. Featuring Beyoncé, Colby O’Donis, Flo Rida & 1 more. Producers Akon, Brian Kierulf, Fernando Garibay & 10 more. Writers Akon, Beyoncé, Brian Kierulf & 16 more. Additional Vocal Production By Mike Donaldson.
The Fame Monster deals with the seamier, darker side of fame, as experienced by Gaga over the course of the year 2008–2009, especially as she traveled the world for her first tour, The Fame Ball. She explained: "On my re-release The Fame Monster, I wrote about everything I didn't write on The Fame. Originally, the album was intended to be a two-disc re-release of The Fame, but Gaga told MTV on November 12, 2009 that the album is to be a standalone piece.
Lady Gaga - The Fame Monster - 2009 – Just Dance featuring Colby O Donis. Lady Gaga – The Fame (Monster Ball Studio version). Lady Gaga – The Fame Monster Live. Lady Gaga – Alejandro (official track) The Fame Monster. Lady GaGa – Monster (Fame Monster, Japanese Delux. :16. Lady Gaga – Poker Face (From The Fame Album Mix). Lady GaGa – The Fame Monster (Monster Megamix).
The Fame Monster is the second studio album by American recording artist Lady Gaga. It was released on November 18, 2009, by Interscope Records. Initially planned to be included on a re-release of her 2008 album The Fame, Gaga announced that the eight tracks would be included on a standalone release, saying that she thought the re-release was too expensive and that the albums were each conceptually different, describing them as yin and yang respectively.
Initially planned solely as a standard double-disc reissue in the wake of the blockbuster success of The Fame, Lady Gaga decided to release the new material as a separate EP called The Fame Monster in addition to the standard two-CD set, where it’s tacked onto a now standardized version of her debut.
Lady Gaga's second record, containing "Bad Romance" and "Speechless", finds her coming into her own as both a songwriter and a pop star. The rest of The Fame Monster- out late last year, while we at Pitchfork were wrapping up our 2009 content- isn't as strong as its lead single (although the Queen-like "Speechless" comes close), but it at least stakes a claim that Gaga is a potential new Madonna rather than simply a new Katy Perry.